Lindy McSwan

Australia,

Lindy McSwan completed a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Honours, in Object Based Practice – Gold and Silversmithing at RMIT University in 2014. She received the Craft Victoria, Fresh! Sofitel on Collins Award in 2012, and in 2015, an Australia Council for the Arts, ArtStart Grant. Lindy participated in a number of exhibitions in the program of events during Radiant Pavilion in 2015.

 

Lindy’s current practice primarily focuses on the vessel. Having opportunities to travel remotely, she has developed collections of work interpreting aesthetics unique to the Australian landscape. She expresses notions of the sublime in these remote places where harsh extremes in weather sculpt the landscape. Her work reflects on both the wider panorama of the landscape and close observation of surface and detail from a macro view.



Fragment vessels, 2015, heat coloured mild steel

More work by Lindy McSwan

Fragment vessels by Lindy McSwan Fragment vessels, 2016, mild steel
Quiet by full moon vessels by Lindy McSwan Quiet by full moon vessels, 2016, mild steel
Blackened landscape vessels by Lindy McSwan Blackened landscape vessels, 2015, mild steel, enamel
Char, Ash & Cinder vessels by Lindy McSwan Char, Ash & Cinder vessels, 2017, mild steel, enamel, porcelain slip, mica, wax

Exhibitions

5×7: early career Australian makers

April 19 - May 14, 2016

We are proud to present new work by five up and coming artists from Melbourne and Canberra: Zoe Brand, Annie Gobel, Marcos Guzman, Inari Kiuru and Lindy McSwan.